How have you redeemed all of the negativity you've spread into the universe?
I love people--and I think that helps.
Assuming that were possible from a Christians perspective; one would have to become a martyr to fulfill such a request. To secularist and atheist, merely witnessing to them could create negative friction and thus again inadvertently contributed to “negative energy.” Of course, becoming a martyr does not account for a family that now wants justice…
By the way, is that your new tat? Pretty fresh...
Jason R. Manning,
Haha. I just ask these questions to get people to think. I don't want to give the (inaccurate) impression that I believe humans are capable of reaching an even keel with Jesus---though I do try to be open-minded about it. (It's a nobel effort, nonetheless).
Justice seems to me like a positive influence, while revenge is its negative counterpart.
The tattoo is my sister's. She has it on her back. It looks Greek.
Thanks for the answer,
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